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What to do if wiki-sessions do not work? I tried the solution above; and the browser get the sessions. But still I can use authorisation of one wiki for another wiki...

Are passwords sent in the clear? What is the method by which passwords are encrypted and transmitted?

Is there a way to remove the username field when requiring passwords for a page?

I found a way to do it for the entire wiki but not for individual pages yet. Go to the wikilibd directory and look for the file "Site.AuthForm". Towards the very bottom of the page you will see a section of code that looks like this:

    "text='''$[Password required]'''%0a(:messages:)%0a(:if enabled 
    InvalidLogin:)* $[Name/password not recognized]%0a(:if:)%0a(:input 
    auth_form:)%0a(:if enabled EnableAuthUser:)$[Name]:(:input text 
    name=authid:)\\%0a(:if:)$[Password]:(:input password name=authpw:)%0a
    (:input submit value='OK':)%0a(:input end:)%0atime=1135895744"

Simply remove the

    "$[Name]: (:input text name=authid:)\\%0a(:if:)"

section on the second line right before the password input.

Don't modify the files in wikilib.d. You should just edit the wiki page Site.AuthForm on your wiki, and remove the line $[Name]:(:input text name=authid:). Note, however, that PmWiki displays the Name: field only if you have enabled AuthUser, and you actually need to enter user names. --Petko? February 14, 2009, at 04:41 PM

Is there a web admin form for GroupAttributes?action=attr pages? I have a number of group pages and was wondering if there is a web admin form (somewhat like the HtpasswdForm) that would enable me to manage groupattribute passwords for each group easily? Thanks!

This is a talk page for improving PmWiki.Passwords.

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